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Mar 27, 2011 10:00pm PDT
. >> reporter: robert gates says he could not offer a timetable for how long the u.s. could stay in libya. steve harrigan, fox news. >>> the president is expected to talk on libya. >>> syria's president is responding to calls for his resignation with violence. forces have killed more than 100 people during the past few days. as protesters demand greater freedom. syria is the latest arab state to explode with unrest. the government is keeping international media out, even so reports have surfaced that hezbollah may be taking part of the crack down. >>> anti nuclear greens gaining power. in an upset vote today conservatives lost the office of premier in their rich industrial state of budenburg. conservatives had held power there for 68 years straight. the green party call it a turning point. and both parties can see that japan's nuclear plant -- caused the change. >>> thousands of families had to leave their homes as a precaution. that fire was still burning late tonight. no one was hurt. >>> we're following developing news tonight out of southern california where two men drowned when a sailboat c
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